Professor, Health Behavior & Health Education
Alison Miller is a developmental psychologist who studies risk and resilience in young children and families facing adversity, with a focus on parenting and child health outcomes including obesity, sleep, stress, and mental health. Miller is a professor in the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education in U-M’s School of Public Health. She was previously in the Department of Psychiatry (Division of Child and Family Psychiatry) at Brown Medical School. She directs the Child Health and Development Lab and co-directs the Zero to Thrive Translational Network.
PhD, University of Michigan; MA, University of Michigan; and BA, Wesleyan University.